If you are looking to launch your career in the areas of industry, technology and client-facing work, look no further than the Product Support Engineering role at OSIsoft.
As a member of the Customer Support team, our mission is to serve our customers with best in class quality and speed to achieve their business outcomes while developing internal talent for the future of OSIsoft.
In this role you have the opportunity to make a significant impact for our broad customer base, including Fortune 100 companies, each and every day, while simultaneously building upon your existing skill-sets.
The role will allow you to develop a variety of skills that will contribute to your entire career while working with a team of talented people who help our dynamic range of customers.
As a Product Support Engineer, you will :
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OSIsoft is a global leader in operational intelligence. We deliver an open enterprise infrastructure, the PI System™, to connect sensor-based data, systems and people.
OSIsoft has installations in 127 countries and is widely used across manufacturing, energy, utilities, pharmaceuticals, life sciences, data centers, facilities and the process industries, as well as the public sector and the federal government.
OSIsoft is headquartered in San Leandro, California, U.S.A, with offices around the world.
At OSIsoft, we provide the industry standard in enterprise infrastructure for management of time series data through the OSIsoft PI System™.
Our customers rely upon the PI System™ to safeguard data and deliver enterprise-wide visibility into operational, manufacturing and business information.
The PI System™ enables users to manage assets, mitigate risks, comply with regulations, improve processes, drive innovation, make business decisions in real time, and to identify competitive business and market opportunities.
We are time series data; if the data has a value at a given time, we collect it, store it, and show it to our customers whenever they need it! We let engineers and managers see exactly what’s going on in their processes in real time useful, right?